Please visit my Universal Design for Learning camouflage lesson that covers structures, processes, and information processing standard about various animals such as cephalopods, birds, frogs, fish, and lizards.
This lesson is differentiated in the following ways:
Voice thread for text and video for students who struggle with reading
Presentation format with videos that keep students engaged
Essential questions for higher level thinking
Allows for individual and/or group interaction
Text and videos with captions for students who are hard of hearing
When displayed on projection screen it helps for those who are mildly visually impaired
The rest of the content under the Science tab focuses on standards for an alternate curriculum. There are videos to help with auditory and visual learners as well as worksheets and interactive websites to reinforce the information for tactile learners. Content can be displayed on a SmartBoard for whole group or center activity. If a SmartBoard is not available, project on a Whiteboard to actively engage in the lesson.
Some of the lessons are specific to IEP goals while others are standard specific.
The following standards addressed on this website: